Dick Russell has compiled an important addition to the body of work seeking to makes sense of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, in 1963. Russell firmly takes the side of conspiracy theory but his journalistic approach will be of interest even to staunch skeptics. Russell discusses his personal history with the reporting on JFK, presents his own previous work, and the work of other investigations in an organized fashion. He builds on this base with newly declassified and researched material. For this audiobook Sean Runnette evokes, intentionally or not, the voice of news anchor Dan Rather with his equal-parts conversational and authoritative manner of delivering serious information.
Using newly declassified information, Dick Russell builds on three decades of painstaking research in On the Trail of the JFK Assassins, offering one of the most comprehensive and authoritative examinations of the assassination of our 35th president. Included are new revelations, such as the theory that Lee Harvey Oswald was subjected to "mind control," Russell's personal encounters inside the KGB headquarters, and new information gleaned from an interview with Oswald's widow. Russell here comes closer than ever to answering the ultimate question: Who killed JFK?
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A decent non fiction book does not need all the back ground information which you get with this effort
I have no idea
No he was alright
Explicit detail. Very thought provoking. Troubling in some ways if such conspiracies can be facilitated for such a long period of time such that history is actually permanently rewritten with a lie! 1984 ish in basis.
Dick Russell had the courage and where with all to be able to interview people still alive that we're in someway involved in the JFK Assassination. The result is fascinating. I am wondering how he is now reacting to the information relating to LBJ, Hoover, Bush and so many others . Yet I see he is now working with Jessie Ventura and helping him write books. He does a wonderful job in research and scholarship. I feel it's an important book to add to the whole research relating to the assasination study.
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